Prince Harry 'Hooking Up' With Model Cressida Bonas At 'Dark Night Rises' Premiere


Looks like Prince Harry is off the market and the lucky lady (and potential royal bride) is model and society girl Cresida Bonas. The couple were spotted cosying up at the European premiere of 'The Dark Knight Rises' on Wednesday and like the Royal stud's usual type she is leggy, blonde and posh.

The couple were spotted getting close while watching the film at London's IMAX cinema before heading to the official afterparty in Covent Garden where they were joined by Princess Eugeine and her long-term love Jack Brooksbank.

Prince Harry 'Hooking Up' With Model Cressida Bonas At 'Dark Night Rises' Premiere

Cressida Bonas Leaves The Salon Nightclub, July 18 (Splash)

The foursome then moved on to Mayfair nightclub, Salon. According to the Daily Mail the club went to great lengths to not be pictured together, arriving and leaving the three venues separately though sources claim they “hooked up” as soon as they were safely inside the Salon nightclub.

Bonas, 23, is a model for Burberry and daughter of Lady Mary-Gaye Georgiana Lorna Curzon the four times married Sixties pin-up. The pretty blonde, who has already featured on the pages of society Tatler is said to have been introduced to the prince by his cousin Eugeine who is a close friend of the model.

She is reportedly a known face on the London circuit and is half-sister to Isabella Clathrope who was previously linked to Prince William and is now engaged to Richard Branson's son, Sam. Bonas looks very similar to Harry's long-term love Chelsy Davy who he has enjoyed a nearly decade long on-off romance.

Could the society girl be the one though? We bet Cheryl Cole isn't the only one disappointed by this news!

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